About Vered Neta
Vered Neta is an author, scriptwriter & motivational speaker.
She writes character-driven drama stories focusing on women and the challenges they face in today’s society.
In her work she is focused on bringing kindness and positivity into the world.
A Little Bit About Me
I usually say that I already had three past lives in this lifetime. I’m now on my fourth one, reinventing myself as a scriptwriter and author.
I was an Archaeologist and a museum curator who developed a new concept of museums for kids called “Active Museums”. I build the first one in Jerusalem back in the ’80
I climbed up the corporate ladder and became a manager in Health institutions and High Tech companies in Israel before it was known as the “Start-Up Nation”.
When I finally realized that I’m wasting my time in the “Rat Race”…
I became a coach and a trainer, before anyone even knew what it means. I led a nationwide program in schools about creating better cooperation between Parents-Teachers and Students.
After 5 years of working nearly 300 days a year,
I met the love of my life and we moved to The Netherlands.
We arrived in 1995 financially broke, not knowing anyone or speaking the language.
Within a few years we built a new training company that became the fastest training company in The Netherlands.
In 2016 when we decided to close our company, the “Financial Daily” estimated that it brought half a Billion euro into the Dutch economy and changed the way small business owners and entrepreneurs do business.
That’s when I started my fourth life…
We moved to Tenerife in the Canary Islands, to live a sustainable, spiritually centered, off-the-grid life and turn the experiences I had and the stories I’ve heard into inspirational stories for others to be empowered by.
Since then I wrote 3 screenplays, a stage musical, two novels and two documentary films. These days I am busy developing a historical mini-series.
I enjoy contributing regularly to the Bang2Write fantastic platform.
As one of my core values is Kindness and Contribution I was running our Foundation, which supported each year, a different educational project around the world.
In 2010 I was awarded the TIAW World of Difference Award, an award given to women whose efforts have advanced the economic empowerment of women locally, regionally or worldwide.